An ACA Connects Special Event

An In-Depth Discussion on
Competition in the Broadband Market

December 9, 2021

Given the importance of broadband service to how we live, work, and learn, is competition working to ensure that all Americans can connect to robust, reliable broadband service at reasonable prices? That is the question ACA Connects posed at its December 9th virtual discussion examining the current state and future of competition in broadband markets.


The event featured a one-on-one conversation with Craig Moffett, the top-ranked U.S. Telecom and Cable Analyst, discussing the state of competition across urban, suburban, and rural environments and how it is affecting and being affected by investment, pricing, and service innovation. This session was followed by a panel of broadband providers and a consumer representative discussing competition at ground-level from their perspectives.

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Craig Moffett
Founding Partner,
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Ed McKay
EVP and COO,
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Phillip Deneef
Chief Strategy Officer,
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Jenna Leventoff
Senior Policy Council,
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About ACA Connects: America’s Communications Association – Based in Pittsburgh, ACA Connects is a trade organization representing more than 600 smaller and medium-sized, independent companies that provide broadband, phone, and video services to nearly 10 million customers primarily located in rural and smaller suburban markets across America. Through active participation in the regulatory and legislative process in Washington, D.C., ACA Connects’ Members work together to advance the interests of their customers and ensure the future competitiveness and viability of their businesses.